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TRANSPORT A CASUALTY AWT FM
Viewgraph 2 Support Carry
Viewgraph 3 Fireman’s Carry Step 1 Fireman’s Carry Step 1
Viewgraph 4 Fireman’s Carry Step 2
Viewgraph 5 Fireman’s Carry Step 3
Viewgraph 6 Fireman’s Carry Step 4
Viewgraph 7 Fireman’s Carry Step 5
Viewgraph 8 Fireman’s Carry Step 6
Viewgraph 9 Fireman’s Carry Step 7
Viewgraph 10 Fireman’s Carry Step 8 Fireman’s Carry Step 8
Viewgraph 11 Fireman’s Carry Step 9
Viewgraph 12 Fireman’s Carry Step 10
Viewgraph 13 Fireman’s Carry Step 11
Viewgraph 14 Arms Carry
Viewgraph 15 Pack Strap Carry Step 1
Viewgraph 16 Pack Strap Carry Step 2
Viewgraph 17 Saddleback Carry
Viewgraph 18 Pistol Belt Carry Step 1
Viewgraph 19 Pistol Belt Carry Step 2
Viewgraph 20 Pistol Belt Carry Step 4
Viewgraph 21 Pistol Belt Carry Step 5
Viewgraph 22 Pistol Belt Carry Step 6 Pistol Belt Carry Step 6
Viewgraph 23 Pistol Belt Carry Step 8
Viewgraph 24 Pistol Belt Drag
Viewgraph 25 Neck Drag Neck Drag
Viewgraph 26 Two Man Support Carry Type 1
Viewgraph 27 Two Man Support Carry Type 2
Viewgraph 28 Two-Man Arms Carry Step 1 Two-Man Arms Carry Step 1
Viewgraph 29 Two-Man Arms Carry Step 2 Two-Man Arms Carry Step 2
Viewgraph 30 Two-Man Arms Carry Step 3
Viewgraph 31 Two-Man Arms Carry Step 4
Viewgraph 32 Four-Hand Seat Carry Step 1
Viewgraph 33 Four-Hand Seat Carry Step 2
Viewgraph 34 Fore-and-Aft Carry Type 1, Step 1
Viewgraph 35 Fore-and-Aft Carry Type 1, Step 2
Viewgraph 36 Fore-and-Aft Carry Type 2 Fore-and-Aft Carry Type 2
Viewgraph 37 Improvised Litter With Poncho and Poles Step 1
Viewgraph 38 Improvised Litter With Poncho and Poles Step 2
Viewgraph 39 Improvised Litter with Poncho and Poles Step 3 Free edges of poncho are folded over the second pole.
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